What can make democracy thrive in a fast world? An injection of good slow….
In 2013, I spoke at the WorldBlu conference in Denver, Colorado. WorldBlu promotes freedom and democracy in the workplace.
The idea is that people and organisations work better when they leave behind the old command-and-control approach.
This is an interview I gave shortly after delivering my keynote.
Why it makes sense to bring THE SLOW FIX to politics. Investing the time up front to make good decisions that save time and money later.
Problem: in most modern democracies, the powers that be swing from harmful quick fixes to toxic inertia. And back again.
Solution: a movement for Slow Democracy?